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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface 9

Technical Features of the EVB555 11

Overview of the Evaluation Board 13

Interfaces and Configuration Possibilities 15

Power Supply 15
Supply Voltage Connection 15
Standby 15
Power On 15
Single Chip/External Bus Mode 15
Single Chip Mode 15
External Bus Interface 16
BDM Interface 16
BDM Modes 16
BDM/JTAG Support 16
Programming the Flash Modules 17
External Flash 17
Internal Flash of the MPC555 17
Interfaces for Testing and Debugging 18
Logic Analyzer Interface 18
Trace32 Lauterbach 18
ETK Connector 18
MAPI-400+100 Interface 18
Reset and Reset Configuration 19
Reset Button 19
Hard Reset Configuration 19
Configuration of the PLL 21

Working with the EVB555 23

Using External Resources 23


Working with the PRU 25
Notes on the External Flash Memory 26
Booting on the EVB555 26

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Connector Assignment 27

MAPI-400+100 Interface 28
MAPI0 Interface Assignment 28
Assignment of J1/P1 (CO600) connector: 28
Assignment of J2/P2 (CO601) connector: 30
Assignment of J3/P3 (CO602) connector: 32
Assignment of J4/P4 (CO603) connector: 34
PRU connector (CO604) assignment 36
Assignment of Logic Analyzer Interface 38
Assignment of CO500 connector 38
Assignment of CO501 connector 39
Assignment of CO502 connector 40
Assignment of CO503 connector 41
Assignment of CO504 connector 42
Assignment of CO505 connector 43
Assignment of CO506 connector 44
Assignment of CO507 connector 45
Assignment of ETK Connectors 46
Connectors and their Counterparts 50
CO 100—Background Debug Mode Interface (BDM) 50
CO 101—RS232 Serial Interface 50
CO 103—JTAG/Service 50
CO 104/105—Customized Communication Expansion (CAN) 50
CO 106/107—Host Communication Expansion 50
CO 500-505—Logic Analyzer Ports: Digital Signals 50
CO 506/507—Logic Analyzer Ports: Analog Signals 51
CO 508—ETK Connector 51
CO 509—Lauterbach Connector 51
CO 600-603—MAPI Interface 51
CO 604—PRU Extension 51

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SECTION 1
Preface
The EVB555 is an MPC555-based evaluation board that can be used for the develop-
ment and test of microcontroller systems. The MPC555 is a member of the Motorola
MPC500 PowerPC™ Risc microcontroller family. Beside its PowerPC core and the
internal memory subsystem it has a number of peripheral components (eg. 2 Analog-
to-Digital converters, 2 CAN controller modules, 2 Time Processor Units) onchip.

The EVB555 can be used to evaluate the capabilities of an MPC555-based microcon-


troller system. All special features of the MPC555 are supported. The evaluation board
is a development and test platform for software and hardware for the MPC555. It can
be used by software and hardware developers to test programs, tools or circuits with-
out having to develop a complete microcontroller system themselves.

The heart of the evaluation board is the MPC555. The processor can be operated in
”single chip mode” as well as using external resources. The EVB555 evaluation board
has 1 Mbyte RAM, 512 Kbyte flash memory, one port replacement unit and numerous
hardware expansion possibilities. To support development and test, the evaluation
board can be connected to logic analyzers, debuggers and emulators produced by dif-
ferent manufacturers.

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Technical Features of the EVB555
The following list summarizes the technical features of the EVB555 evaluation board.
The architecture of the board is displayed in Figure 2-1 on the following page.

• General advantages
— Full function range of the MPC555 can be used
— Microcontroller works with variable clock rate (up to 40 MHz)
• Memory
— Contains 1 Mbyte fast, synchronous SRAM (32-bit wide, burstable)
— 512 Kbyte external flash memory (32-bit wide, burstable)
• Configurability
— Convenient configuration of the PLL of the microcontroller
via a triple DIP switch
— Reset configuration of the MPC555 via a DIP switch (32 bits)
• Extensive analysis and debug support
— Flexible BDM interface (background debug mode) for debugging
— Direct connection to the ETAS emulator test probe ETKP-1
— Excellent analysis possibilities with 268-pin interface for
logic analyzers (6 AMP Mictor and 2 berg type connector)
— Connection of the probe to Lauterbach Trace32
emulation and programming system
• Very good expansion capability
— MAPI-400 interface
Interface as a connection to a customer-specific base-board
(user extension board)
— Customized communication expansion
Customer-specific expansion module, e.g. for CAN,
additional serial interfaces (RS232)
— Host communication expansion
Expansion module for high-speed communication to host system,
e.g. via Ethernet, Firewire
— Port replacement unit (PRU)
In ”external bus mode” 64 general purpose I/O pins are available
that are required by the MPC555 for the bus interface.

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Figure 2-1 Architecture of the EVB555 evaluation board
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Overview of the Evaluation Board

Figure 3-1 EVB555 Top

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Figure 3-2 EVB555 Bottom

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4.1 Power Supply

4.1.1 Supply Voltage Connection


The supply voltage should be connected using 2-wire line to the Power clamp
(CO102). Both solid as well as flexible wire can be used. The recommended diameter
is 0.5 to 2.5 mm2.

Observe polarity (+,-) and voltage range (7..36V)!

The current consumption at a supply voltage of 12 Volts is as follows (without external


load):

• Debug mode: 120 - 150mA


• Standby mode: 20 - 30mA
Additional current is required at startup and during high I/O activity.

4.1.2 Standby
After connecting the external supply voltage, the evaluation board is in standby mode.
Only the SRAMs and the standby power pin of the MPC555 are supplied with power.
The MPC555 is in reset. This mode is shown by the Standby Power LED (LD703,
yellow).

4.1.3 Power On
The toggle switch Power On (SW703) is used for activating the operating voltage of
the EVB555. The activated state is shown by the additional LED Power On (LD702,
green). All modules on the evaluation board are now supplied with power.

4.2 Single Chip/External Bus Mode


The MPC555 can be operated as a single-chip microcontroller or by using the external
bus interface (16-bit or 32-bit wide). The operating mode is set using the ”SC” bits in
the SIU module configuration register or in the hard reset configuration word (see
MPC555 Manual).

4.2.1 Single Chip Mode


The external resources on the evaluation board, such as SRAM, flash or port replace-
ment unit (PRU), are not used. The pins, which have a second assignment to the
external bus interface are now available as general purpose I/O pins. The external bus
must be disconnected in this operating mode. Set the DIP switch ”ext. Bus” (SW100-
6) to ”Off” for this purpose.

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4.2.2 External Bus Interface
The external bus makes it possible to use the resources of the EVB555, such as
SRAM, Flash-EEPROM or host communication expansion. The pins are used here for
addresses and data. Section 5.2. explains how the general purpose I/O lines are still
available on the EVB555.

4.3 BDM Interface


The basic debug interface of the EVB555 is the background debug mode interface
(BDM for short).

4.3.1 BDM Modes


Two variants are possible here for the support of the configurable use of the pins on
the MPC555:
Variant A - maximum debug capability
BDM pin MPC555 signal MPC555 pin
1 VFLS0_MPIO3 J18
6 VFLS1_MPIO4 K18

Variant B - maximum external bus capability


BDM pin MPC555 pin MPC555 pin
1 IWP0_VFLS0 L2
6 IWP1_VFLS1 L1

4.3.2 BDM/JTAG Support


Due to the double-use of the same pins on the MPC555 for the BDM and the JTAG
interface, only one of both interfaces can be used at the same time. The operating
mode is selected via the SW102 switch (BDM/Service). The relevant configuration of
the MPC555 is explained in the MPC555 User Manual.

• "BDM" setting
The BDM interface is available at the BDM connector (CO100) .
• "JTAG" setting
The JTAG interface is available at the Service connector (CO103). This is
required for test purposes (e.g. manufacture test) and for programming the EPLD.
The SW102 switch can always remain in the BDM setting when the EVB555 is oper-
ated normally.

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4.4 Programming the Flash Modules

4.4.1 External Flash


A separate programming voltage of 12V is required for programming the external
Flash-EEPROM. This can be controlled and should not be connected permanently for
safety reasons.

• Manual control
The programming voltage Vpp12 can be activated with the DIP switch ”Vpp12 on”
(SW100-1). It is then permanently connected to the external flash. To protect the
flash memory from being overwritten by accident, the switch should be ”off” when
no programming is to take place.
• Automatic control
If the ”Vpp12 auto” option is enabled (SW100-2 on), the Vpp12 programming volt-
age can be switched on by the MPC555 program or by the connected ETAS
emulator test probe (ETK).
— Control by CPU program
Vpp12 is activated by entering ”1” in the programming voltage control register
(cf. Figure 5-2). Vpp12 is deactivated by entering a ”0” in the register.
— Control by the emulator test probe (ETK)
The ETK can activate the programming voltage by applying a high level at the
SGEPEE signal (CO508, pin 137). This makes it possible for the ETK to pro-
gram the external flash.

4.4.2 Internal Flash of the MPC555


Two prerequisites must be fulfilled for programming the internal flash memory of the
MPC555:

1. Vpp5 (5 V) programming voltage is connected.


2. Programming is enabled by the high level at the EPEE pin.
The Vpp5 programming voltage can be applied separately by closing the ”Vpp5 on”
(SW100-3) DIP switch. To protect the internal flash from being overwritten by accident,
the switch should be ”off” when no programming is to take place.

Enabling programming via the EPEE pin

1. The pin can be permanently connected to a high level


with the ”EPEE” (SW100-4 on) switch
2. The ETK can enable the programming mode by a high level
at the SGEPEE signal (C0508, pin 137).

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4.5 Interfaces for Testing and Debugging

4.5.1 Logic Analyzer Interface


The connection for the logic analyzer consists of 2 parts:

• digital signals: LA1 to LA6 (CO500 - 505) 38-pin AMP Mictor connector
• analog signals: LA7 and LA8 (CO506,507) 20-pin connector
The assignment of all Logic Analyzer interface connectors can be found in
Appendix A.2.

4.5.2 Trace32 Lauterbach


The CO509 connector is used for connecting the trace module of the Trace32 BDM
debugger (produced by Lauterbach Datentechnik GmbH). The functionality of the
debugger can be expanded in this way.

4.5.3 ETK Connector


The ETK connector (CO508) is used for connecting the ETKP-1 emulator test probe
(made by ETAS GmbH & Co.KG), which is widely used in automotive engineering.

The ETKP-1 is a memory emulator for 32-bit microcontroller systems and makes it
possible to access data in the external and internal memory of the microcontroller
while the program is running. That way, variables can be controlled and adapted at
program runtime. This procedure is used, for example, in the calibration of engine
ECUs in the automobile industry.

4.5.4 MAPI-400+100 Interface


The MAPI-400+100 interface makes it possible to expand the EVB555 with extensive
and customer-specific hardware. For example, there could be signal converters and
output drivers connected to extend the EVB555 to a test sample of a control unit for
industrial use.

The interface consists of two parts.

• MAPI-400 interface
The MAPI-400 interface (CO600 - CO603) is a standard interface for 32-bit micro-
controllers made by Motorola. It makes all necessary signals, such as the address
and data bus, as well as control signals, available for the expansion of the micro-
controller system. The interface consists of four 100-pin sockets (Robinson
Nugent P50L-100-S-BS-TGF). The assignment is shown in Appendix A.1.1.
• ”Port replacement unit” (PRU) connector
This connector (CO604, Robinson Nugent P50L-100-S-BS-TGF) extends the
MAPI-400 interface with signals of the port replacement unit (PRU). This means
that 64 general purpose I/O pins are again available in ”external bus mode” that
are required for the bus interface at the MPC555.

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4.6 Reset and Reset Configuration

4.6.1 Reset Button


The Reset (SW702) button initiates a hard reset of the MPC555. When a hard reset
occurs, the MPC555 terminates the current program and enters the reset state. The
PLL continues to run, however. Once the button is released, the MPC555 starts to
work again by reading the system configuration (hard reset configuration).

4.6.2 Hard Reset Configuration


The hard reset configuration makes it possible to influence the behavior of the
MPC555 from outside. It particularly includes settings that are necessary before or
during the start of the first program. The reset configuration is read by the MPC555
after the supply voltage is switched on and after a hard reset has occurred.

Setting the hard reset configuration is conveniently solved on the EVB555 by assign-
ing the hard reset configuration word via 32 DIP switches.

Table 4-1 on the following page is a short summary of the meaning of the individual
bits. For a more detailed description, please consult the MPC555 User Manual. The
specified variant makes it possible to work with a BDM debugger.

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Bit Name Description Var. 1
0: internal arbitration
0 EARB 0
1: external arbitration
Interrupt table location after reset
1 IP 0: MSR(IP) =1 0
1: MSR(IP) =0
0: reduced drive strength of bus pins
2 BDRV 1
1: full drive strength of bus pins
0: bank 0 is bootable
3 BDIS 0
1: memory controller inactive
Boot port size
00: 32-bit
4:5 BPS 01: 8-bit 00
10: 16-bit
11: reserved
Debug pin configuration (IWP,BI,BG,BR,BB)
9:10 DBGC 10
(6.13.1.1)
Debug pin configuration
11 DBPC 0: BDM 0
1: JTAG
Address type <> Write enable
12 ATWC 0
0: /WE 1: AT
External bus division factor
13:14 EBDF 00: CLKOUT = GCLK2 00
01: CLKOUT = GCLK2/2
Peripheral mode enable
16 PRPM 0: normal 0
1: external master
Single chip select
00: extended chip, 32-bit data
17:18 SC 01: extended chip, 16-bit data 00
10: single chip, show cycle (address)
11: single chip
Extended table relocation
19 ETRE 0
0: off 1: on
0: internal flash disabled (boot external)
20 FLEN 1
1: internal flash enabled
0: little endian swap logic inactive
23 CLES 0
1: little endian swap logic active
28:30 ISB Initial internal space base (6.12.1.2) 00
0: dual mapping disabled
31 DME 0
1: dual mapping enabled

Table 4-1 Hard reset configuration word

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The MPC555 can work with varying external clock generation. The configuration of the
microcontroller for the clock used takes place before the operating voltage is applied.

The MODCK setting makes it possible to configure the PLL of the MPC555. Only a few
of the possible settings are useful due to the design of the EVB555:
MODCK LME MF+1 Timing Reference
1 2 3
0 1 0 1 5 freq(OSCM) = 4 MHz, limb mode enabled
1 0 0 0 1 freqclkout(max) = freq(EXTCLK) , limp mode disabled
1 0 1 0 1 freqclkout(max) = freq(EXTCLK) , limp mode disabled
1 1 0 0 5 freq(EXTCLK) = 4 MHz, limp mode disabled
1 1 1 1 1 freqclkout=freq(EXTCLK) , limp mode enabled

Table 4-2 PLL configuration


Please consult the MPC555 User Manual for an explanation of the PLL function and
limp mode.

The standard setting for the evaluation board should be ”010”. The PLL works using
the quartz crystal assembled on the EVB555 (4 MHz) whereby the limp mode is
enabled.

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Working with the EVB555

5.1 Using External Resources


The external resources on the board (RAM, Flash-EEPROM, PRU) can be addressed
through the external bus interface. The selection takes place via chip select signals.
Figure 5-1 shows the connection of the external devices to the most important bus
control signals of the MPC555.

/SGF_SEL

/OE

/SGEOF Flash
/SGCSF
/CS0

MPC555
/OE

/SGWCS
RAM
/WE[0:3]
/WE_AT[0:3]

/CS3 /SGCSM

/SGWE[0:3]

/SGCSF
1 1) ETK
/CS1 2 /SGWCS
3
/SGOE
/CSR
RD_/WR
/SGEOF
/CSPB
TSIZ[0:1] 1 1) Piggyback
EPLD 2
RAM
3 /SGCSR
A[8:15],
A[28:31]

D[0:7] Host
Communication
/SGHCE
Expansion
/CS2
PDIR[0:7]
VCC3

/WE[0:3]
/ExtBus
/POE[A,B], /PLE[A,B]
/PRUOE, /PRUDIR
SW100-6

/OE
A[8:31]
A[8:31] A_PIO[0:31],
Bus
Switch
PRU
B_PIO[0:31]
D[0:31]
D[0:31]

1)
default: 1-2 connected

Figure 5-1 Using external resources on the EVB 555

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The Flash-EPROM is selected with chip select 0 (/CS0). Chip select 1 (/CS1) is parti-
tioned by the EPLD in ranges for the external RAM, the PRU, the RAM extension on
the ETK and the Host Communication Expansion. This division takes place according
to addresses and is shown below.

Chip Select 1:

1 MB Address Space
Host Communication (HCE: /SGHCE)
Extension (HCE)
A8..A11: XX11

1 MB RAM
(ETK: /SGCSR)
at ETK Piggyback Vpp12 Control 0x 01 000C
A8..A11: XX10
Version Number 0x 01 0000

PRU

A8..A11: XX01
PRU Data2 0x 00 0008
PRU Data1 0x 00 0004
1 MB external RAM (ETK: /SGWCS)
PRU Configuration 0x 00 0000
A8..A11: XX00

Chip Select 0:

1 MB external Flash (ETK: /SGCSF)

Chip Select 3:

Dual Mapping Area


(ETK: /SGCSM)
for internal Flash or RAM

Figure 5-2 Overview of memory selection

The memory size assigned to chip select 1 (/CS1) of the MPC555 should therefore be
4 Mbyte. If the units intended for the higher addresses are not used, this area can also
be selected to be smaller (e.g. only 2 Mbyte for RAM and PRU).

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5.2 Working with the PRU
The port replacement unit, PRU, provides 64 general purpose I/O lines to compensate
the loss of the I/O pins used for the external bus interface.

The EPLD controls the PRU and decodes the addresses for the two groups of I/O
channels (A_PIO[0..31] and B_PIO[0..31]). The direction (input or output) of the I/O
lines can be configured by setting the corresponding bits PRU_CONF register of the
EPLD (see Table 5-1). If a configuration bit is set to “0“ the port is used for output
whereas a value of "1" means that the port is used for input..
Configuration bit no. I/O lines
0 A_PIO[24..31]
1 A_PIO[16..24]
2 A_PIO[8..15]
3 A_PIO[0..7]
4 B_PIO[24..31]
5 B_PIO[16..24]
6 B_PIO[8..15]
7 B_PIO[0..7]

Table 5-1 Allocation of the configuration bits


The value of an I/O line defined as input is read from address PRU_DATA1 (for
A_PIO[0..31]) or PRU_DATA2 (for B_PIO[0..31]). The EPLD drives the PRU to put the
values of all 32 bits per group on the bus.

For setting output values, data is written to address PRU_DATA1 or PRU_DATA2 and
latched to the output ports. If a PRU read operation follows, the previously written val-
ues are read in again from the ports working as outputs.

In Figure 5-3 the principle of the address decoding is shown.

A0 A7A8 A15 A28 A31

external RAM xx00


PRU xx01
0000 0000 PRU_CONF
0000 0100 PRU_DATA1
0000 1000 PRU_DATA2
0001 0000 EPLD Version
0001 1100 Vpp12 Control
ETK Piggyback xx10
Host
Communication xx11
Extension

Figure 5-3 Address decoding by EPLD

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5.3 Notes on the External Flash Memory
The external flash memory, which is produced by Texas Instruments, has to be con-
figured before you can read from it. This procedure is described in the data sheet of
the flash memory.
Internal clock Bus clock External flash usable
32MHz 32MHz Yes
40MHz 20MHz Yes
40MHz 40MHz No

Table 5-2 External flash memory at different clock rates


The flash memory only works correctly at a bus clock rate of 33 MHz or less. The
resulting variants for the EVB555 are shown in Table 5-2.

5.4 Booting on the EVB555


To be able to start a program without a BDM debugger, it is necessary to boot from
non-volatile memory (i.e., from flash memory). The mode can be set via the reset con-
figuration word (see Section 4.6.2.). There are a few points about the EVB555 that
should be observed.

The external flash memory cannot be used for booting since it does not provide a
mechanism for saving its start-up configuration. It has to be configured before you can
read from it.

Booting from the internal flash of the MPC555 is supported by the evaluation board.
Earlier versions of the MPC555 are not, however, capable of booting from the internal
flash at an internal clock rate of 20 MHz. The standard clock rate is 20 MHz, which is
generated by multiplying the crystal frequency (4 MHz) with the mode clock configura-
tion factor 5.

You can solve this problem by exchanging the external crystal. It is recommended that
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mode is within the PLL specification and even earlier versions of the MPC555 should
boot reliably from internal flash memory. If you want to operate the board in this way
long-term, you should reduce the capacitor at the XFC output (C201) to 560 pF.

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APPENDIX A
Connector Assignment
The following tables display the connector assignment of the EVB555 evaluation
board. Only the connected pins are listed; all other pins are open.

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A.1 MAPI-400+100 Interface

A.1.1 MAPI0 Interface Assignment

A.1.1.1 Assignment of J1/P1 (CO600) connector:


Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to data sheet
1 C9 AAN51_PQB7 See AAN48_PQB4
3 A10 AAN52_PQA0 Analog input: passed on as a separate signal to the QADC.
5 B10 AAN53_PQA1 See AAN52_PQA0
7 A11 AAN54_PQA2 See AAN52_PQA0
9 D10 AAN55_PQA3 See AAN52_PQA0
11 C10 AAN56_PQA4 See AAN52_PQA0
13 B11 AAN57_PQA5 See AAN52_PQA0
15 D11 AAN58_PQA6 See AAN52_PQA0
17 C11 AAN59_PQA7 See AAN52_PQA0
27 D3 A_TPUCH0 A_TPUCH0 - A_TPUCH15: Time Processor Unit A channel
29 A2 A_TPUCH1 See A_TPUCH0
30 E17 MPWM0 MPWM0 - MPWM3, MPWM16 - MPWM19: Pulse width modulation
31 D4 A_TPUCH2 See A_TPUCH0
32 D18 MPWM1 See MPWM0
33 C3 A_TPUCH3 See A_TPUCH0
35 A3 A_TPUCH4 See A_TPUCH0
36 D19 MPWM2 See MPWM0
37 D5 A_TPUCH5 See A_TPUCH0
38 D20 MPWM3 See MPWM0
39 B3 A_TPUCH6 See A_TPUCH0
42 F17 MPWM16 See MPWM0
43 C4 A_TPUCH7 See A_TPUCH0
44 E18 MPWM17 See MPWM0
45 A4 A_TPUCH8 See A_TPUCH0
47 C5 A_TPUCH9 See A_TPUCH0
48 F18 MPWM18 See MPWM0
49 B4 A_TPUCH10 See A_TPUCH0
50 E19 MPWM19 See MPWM0
51 B5 A_TPUCH11 See A_TPUCH0
53 A5 A_TPUCH12 See A_TPUCH0
54 A6 A_TPUCH15 See A_TPUCH0
55 C6 A_TPUCH13 See A_TPUCH0
56 C2 A_T2CLK to clock or gate the timer count register 2 (TCR2) within the TPU.
57 B6 A_TPUCH14 See A_TPUCH0
Interrupt request, SGPIO, reservation:
61 M2 /IRQ1B_SGP
to indicate that the internal core initiated a transfer.
62 M1 /IRQ0B_SGP Interrupt request, SGPIO
Interrupt request, SGPIO, kill reservation,
63 L3 /IRQ3B_SGP retry: indicates to a master that the cycle is terminated
but should be repeated.
64 M3 /IRQ2B_SGP Interrupt request, SGPIO, cancel reservation: to clear its reservation.
Interrupt request, SGPIO, mode clock [1]:
65 W18 /IRQ5B_SGP sampled at the negation of /PORESET in order to
configure the PLL/clock mode.
Interrupt request, SGPIO, address type:
indicates one of the 16 ”address types”. The address type signals are
66 L4 /IRQ4B_SGP
valid at the rising edge of the clock in which the special transfer start
(STS) is asserted.

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-28 Quick Reference
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to data sheet
Interrupt request, mode clock [3]:
67 Y19 /IRQ7B_mck3
similar to IRQ5B, no SGPIO
Interrupt request, mode clock [2]:
68 Y18 /IRQ6B_mck2
similar to IRQ5B, no SGPIO
Flash supply voltage (5V) used during program and erase operation of
100 P17 VPP
the CMF.
28, 41,
46, 71,
GND Ground
74, 89,
92

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-29
A.1.1.2 Assignment of J2/P2 (CO601) connector:
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
2 D9 AAN50_PQB6 See AAN48_PQB4
4 B9 AAN49_PQB5 See AAN48_PQB4
Analog input channel: passed on as a separate signal to the QADC.
6 A9 AAN48_PQB4
Port (PQB): has a synchronizer with an input enable and clock.
8 B8 AAN3_PQB3 See AAN0_PQB0
10 C8 AAN2_PQB2 See AAN0_PQB0
12 See AAN0_PQB0
Multiplexed input analog channel: passed on as a
14 A8 AAN0_PQB0
separate signal to the QADC.
Double action: provide a path for two 16-bit input captures
21 A17 MDA11
and two 16-bit output captures.
22 A18 MDA12 See MDA11
23 A19 MDA13 See MDA11
24 B17 MDA14 See MDA11
25 B18 MDA15 See MDA11
26 C17 MDA27 See MDA11
27 B20 MDA28 See MDA11
28 C18 MDA29 See MDA11
Hard reset: after negation of /HRESET is detected, a 16-cycle period is
30 W20 /HRESETB taken before testing an external reset. An external pull-up device is
required to negate /HRESET.
External trigger input to the QADC_A and QADC_B modules.
31 C16 ETRIG1
Can be configured for both QADC_A and QADC_B.
External frequency source for the chip.
32 U18 EXTCLK
Must be grounded if unused.
33 B16 ETRIG2 See ETRIG1
Bus busy: master is using the bus.
34 N4 /BBB_IWP3 Visible instruction queue flush status.
Load/store watchpoint. 3
35 U4 /BDIPB Burst data in progress: indicates that a data beat follows the current one.
Bus grant: indicates external data bus status. Visible instruction
36 N3 /BGB_LWP1
queue flush status Load/store watchpoint
Burst inhibit: ”0” → slave device is not able to support burst transfers.
37 V2 /BIB_/STSB Special transfer start: beginning of an internal transaction in showcycle
mode.
Bus request: the data bus has been requested for external cycle.
38 N2 /BRB_IWP2
Visible instruction queue flush status Load/store watchpoint 2
39 V1 /BURSTB Burst indicator: ”0” → burst transaction
40 M4 SGP_/IRQOUTB SGPIO, interrupt out: an interrupt has been sent to external devices.
41 U3 /TSB Transfer start: start of a bus cycle that transfers data
42 P18 EPEE Input: will externally control the program or erase operations.
47 M19 ECK External bus clock (EBCK): external baud clock used by SCI1 and SCI2
ENGCLK: engineering clock output. Full strength, half strength, disabled.
Using EECLK[0:1] bits in the SCCR register.
48 U19 ENGCLK/BUCLK
BUCLK: backup clock, less precise on-chip ring oscillator for minimum
functionality.
49 N17 RXD1_QGPI Receive data: serial input from the SCI1
50 N18 TXD1_QGPO Transmit data: serial output from the SCI1
51 N19 RXD2_QGPI Receive data: serial input from the SCI2
52 N20 TXD2_QGPO Transmit data: serial output from the SCI2
61 C19 MDA30 See MDA11
65 C20 MDA31 See MDA11
66 G17 MPIO5 GPIO
67 E20 MPIO6 GPIO

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-30 Quick Reference
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
68 F19 MPIO7 GPIO
69 G18 MPIO8 GPIO
70 F20 MPIO9 GPIO
71 H17 MPIO10 GPIO
72 G19 MPIO11 GPIO
73 G20 MPIO12 GPIO
74 H20 MPIO13 GPIO
75 H19 MPIO14 GPIO
76 H18 MPIO15 GPIO
88 A12 BAN0_PQB0 See AAN0_PQB0
90 B12 BAN1_PQB1 See AAN0_PQB0
92 A13 BAN2_PQB2 See AAN0_PQB0
94 A14 BAN3_PQB3 See AAN0_PQB0
96 B13 BAN48_PQB4 See AAN48_PQB4
98 C12 BAN49_PQB5 See AAN48_PQB4
100 D12 BAN50_PQB6 See AAN48_PQB4
17, 18,
43, 46,
GND Ground
63, 64,
83, 84

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-31
A.1.1.3 %WWMKRQIRXSJ.4 '3 GSRRIGXSV
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
2 A15 BAN51_PQB7 See AAN48_PQB4
4 B14 BAN52_PQA0 See AAN52_PQA0
6 C13 BAN53_PQA1 See AAN52_PQA0
8 B15 BAN54_PQA2 See AAN52_PQA0
10 D13 BAN55_PQA3 See AAN52_PQA0
12 C14 BAN56_PQA4 See AAN52_PQA0
14 C15 BAN57_PQA5 See AAN52_PQA0
16 D14 BAN58_PQA6 See AAN52_PQA0
18 D15 BAN59_PQA7 See AAN52_PQA0
26 H2 B_TPUCH0 B_TPUCH0 - B_TPUCH15: Time Processor Unit B channel
27 K20 A_CNRX0 TOUCAN receive data 0: serial data input
28 H1 B_TPUCH1 See B_TPUCH0
29 K19 A_CNTX0 TOUCAN transmit data 0: serial data output
30 G1 B_TPUCH2 See B_TPUCH0
32 G2 B_TPUCH3 See B_TPUCH0
33 H3 B_CNRX0 TOUCAN receive data 0: serial data input
34 G3 B_TPUCH4 See B_TPUCH0
35 H4 B_CNTX0 TOUCAN transmit data 0: serial data output
36 F1 B_TPUCH5 See B_TPUCH0
38 F2 B_TPUCH6 See B_TPUCH0
SCK: provides the clock from the QSPI in master mode or to the QSPI in
39 M20 SCK_QGP6
slave mode
40 E1 B_TPUCH7 See B_TPUCH0
Master-in slave-out (MISO): provides serial data input to the QSPI in
41 L19 MISO_QGP4
master mode and serial data output from the QSPI in slave mode
42 F3 B_TPUCH8 See B_TPUCH0
44 G4 B_TPUCH9 See B_TPUCH0
Master-out slave-in (MOSI): provides serial data output to the QSPI in
45 L20 MOSI_QGP5
master mode, and serial data input from the QSPI in slave mode.
46 E2 B_TPUCH10 See B_TPUCH0
PCS0: provide QSPI peripheral chip select 0.
47 L18 PCS0_QGP SS: places the QSPI in slave mode.
QSPI GPIO[0]: can be configured as GPIO if not needed.
48 D1 B_TPUCH11 See B_TPUCH0
50 F4 B_TPUCH12 See B_TPUCH0
PCS1: provide QSPI peripheral chip select 1.
51 L17 PCS1_QGP
QSPI GPIO[1]: can be configured as GPIO if not needed.
52 D2 B_TPUCH13 See B_TPUCH0
53 M18 PCS2_QGP See PCS1_QGP
54 E3 B_TPUCH14 See B_TPUCH0
56 C1 B_TPUCH15 See B_TPUCH0
57 M17 PCS3_QGP See PCS1_QGP
58 B1 B_T2CLK See A_T2CLK
VF[0:2] visible instruction queue flush status: output by the chip when pro-
62 J19 VF0_MPIO0
gram instruction flow tracking is required. GPIO
64 J20 VF1_MPIO1 See VF0_MPIO0
66 J17 VF2_MPIO2 See VF0_MPIO0
Visible history buffer flush status: to allow program instruction flow
67 J18 VFLS0_MPIO3
tracking.
69 K18 VFLS1_MPIO4 See VFLS0_MPIO3
Instruction watchpoint. Visible history buffer flush status: output by the
71 L2 IWP0_VFLS
chip to enable program instruction flow tracking.
73 L1 IWP1_VFLS See IWP0_VFLS

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-32 Quick Reference
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
Power on reset: activated as a result of a voltage failure. The internal /
77 V19 /PORESETB
PORESET is asserted only if /PORESET is asserted > 100 ns.
Test data out, development serial data output:
80 J2 TDO_DSDO
the data-out line of the debug port interface.
Test data in, development serial data input :
82 K2 TDI_DSDI
The data-in line for the debug port interface.
83 K1 TMS Test mode select
85 J1 TCK_DSCK Test clock, development serial clock: clock for the debug interface.
86 U1 TSIZ0 Transfer size: indicates the size of the requested data transfer.
87 J3 /TRSTB Test reset: asynchronous reset to the test logic.
88 T3 TSIZ1 Transfer size: indicates the size of the requested data transfer.
Soft reset: after negation of /SRESET is detected, a 16-cycle period is
89 V20 /SRESETB taken before testing an external reset. An external pull-up device is
required to negate /SRESET.
Reset configuration (input): the reset configuration mode will be sampled
from the external data bus.
90 U17 /RSTCONF_TEXP
Timer expired (output): status of the TEXPS bit in the PLPRCR register in
the USIU.
SGPIO freeze: RCPU is in debug mode
94 K3 FRZ_/PTR
program trace (/PTR): an instruction fetch is taking place.
25, 43,
65, 68,
GND Ground
81, 91,
95, 97

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-33
A.1.1.4 %WWMKRQIRXSJ.4 '3 GSRRIGXSV
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
Data_SGP0 - Data_SGP31:
3 W9 Data_SGP1 can be sized to support 8-, 16-, 24- or 32-bit transfers.
Data_SGP0 is the MSB.
4 Y9 Data_SGP0
5 W10 Data_SGP3
6 Y10 Data_SGP2
7 W11 Data_SGP5
8 Y11 Data_SGP4
9 W12 Data_SGP7
10 Y12 Data_SGP6
11 W13 Data_SGP9
12 Y13 Data_SGP8
13 W14 Data_SGP11
14 Y14 Data_SGP10
17 W15 Data_SGP13
18 Y15 Data_SGP12
19 W16 Data_SGP15
20 Y16 Data_SGP14
21 W17 Data_SGP17
22 Y17 Data_SGP16
23 V16 Data_SGP19
24 V17 Data_SGP18
25 V15 Data_SGP21
26 U16 Data_SGP20
29 U14 Data_SGP23
30 V14 Data_SGP22
31 U13 Data_SGP25
32 V13 Data_SGP24
33 U12 Data_SGP27
34 V12 Data_SGP26
35 U11 Data_SGP29
36 V11 Data_SGP28
37 V9 Data_SGP31
38 V10 Data_SGP30

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-34 Quick Reference
Pin MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
49 V5 Addr_SGP9
50 V6 Addr_SGP8
51 V3 Addr_SGP11
52 V4 Addr_SGP10
53 Y2 Addr_SGP13
54 W1 Addr_SGP12
55 Y3 Addr_SGP15
56 W3 Addr_SGP14
59 Y4 Addr_SGP17
60 W4 Addr_SGP16
61 Y5 Addr_SGP19
Addr_SGP8 - Addr_SGP31:
62 W5 Addr_SGP18
24 address lines,
63 Y6 Addr_SGP21
16 MB address space
64 W6 Addr_SGP20
65 W7 Addr_SGP23
66 V7 Addr_SGP22
67 Y8 Addr_SGP25
68 Y7 Addr_SGP24
69 V8 Addr_SGP27
70 W8 Addr_SGP26
71 U9 Addr_SGP29
72 U8 Addr_SGP28
73 U6 Addr_SGP31
74 U7 Addr_SGP30
77 U2 /TAB Transfer acknowledge: transfer accepted/valid
78 T2 /TEAB Transfer error acknowledge: error occurred in the current transaction
Write enable: /WE0 is asserted if the data lane DATA[0:7]
80 N1 /WEB_AT[0]
contains valid data.
81 R1 RD_/WRB Read/write : ”1” → read, ”0” → write
Write enable: /WE1 is asserted if the data lane DATA[8:15]
82 P1 /WEB_AT[1]
contains valid data.
Write enable: /WE2 is asserted if the data lane DATA[16:23]
84 P2 /WEB_AT[2]
contains valid data.
85 P4 /CS0B Chip select: /CS0 can be the global chip select for the boot device.
Write enable: /WE3 is asserted if the data lane DATA[24:31]
86 P3 /WEB_AT[3]
contains valid data.
87 R4 /CS1B Chip select
88 T1 /OEB Output enable
89 R3 /CS2B Chip select
91 R2 /CS3B Chip select
95 V18 CLKOUT Clock out: can be configured to full strength, half strength or disabled.
15, 16,
27, 28,
39, 40,
57, 58, GND Ground
75, 76,
83, 93,
96 ,97

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-35
The following connections are not on the MAPI 400 interface.

MPC pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet


U20 XTAL Connection to an external crystal for the internal oscillator circuitry.
Connection to an external crystal for the internal oscillator.
T20 EXTAL
Must be grounded, if unused.
R19 XFC External filter capacity: for an external capacitor filter for the PLL circuitry.
R20 VDDSYN Power supply of the PLL circuitry
T19 VSSSYN Power supply of the PLL circuitry
B7 VRH High reference voltage for QADC_A and QADC_B.
A7 VRL Low reference voltage for QADC_A and QADC_B.
T18 KAPWR Keep alive power: 3V supply for the SRAM.

A.1.2 PRU connector (CO604) assignment


Pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
B_PIO0 - B_PIO31: second group of 32 General Purpose I/O lines
1 B_PIO0
operated by the Port Replacement Unit
A_PIO0 - A_PIO31: first group of 32 General Purpose I/O lines
2 A_PIO0
operated by the Port Replacement Unit
3 B_PIO1 See B_PIO0
4 A_PIO1 See A_PIO0
5 B_PIO2 See B_PIO0
6 A_PIO2 See A_PIO0
7 B_PIO3 See B_PIO0
8 A_PIO3 See A_PIO0
9 B_PIO4 See B_PIO0
10 A_PIO4 See A_PIO0
11 B_PIO5 See B_PIO0
12 A_PIO5 See A_PIO0
13 B_PIO6 See B_PIO0
14 A_PIO6 See A_PIO0
17 B_PIO7 See B_PIO0
18 A_PIO7 See A_PIO0
19 B_PIO8 See B_PIO0
20 A_PIO8 See A_PIO0
21 B_PIO9 See B_PIO0
22 A_PIO9 See A_PIO0
23 B_PIO10 See B_PIO0
24 A_PIO10 See A_PIO0
25 B_PIO11 See B_PIO0
26 A_PIO11 See A_PIO0
29 B_PIO12 See B_PIO0
30 A_PIO12 See A_PIO0
31 B_PIO13 See B_PIO0
32 A_PIO13 See A_PIO0
33 B_PIO14 See B_PIO0
34 A_PIO14 See A_PIO0
35 B_PIO15 See B_PIO0
36 A_PIO15 See A_PIO0
37 B_PIO16 See B_PIO0
38 A_PIO16 See A_PIO0
39 B_PIO17 See B_PIO0

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-36 Quick Reference
Pin Signal name Description corresponding to the data sheet
40 A_PIO17 See A_PIO0
41 B_PIO18 See B_PIO0
42 A_PIO18 See A_PIO0
43 B_PIO19 See B_PIO0
44 A_PIO19 See A_PIO0
45 B_PIO20 See B_PIO0
46 A_PIO20 See A_PIO0
47 B_PIO21 See B_PIO0
48 A_PIO21 See A_PIO0
49 B_PIO22 See B_PIO0
50 A_PIO22 See A_PIO0
51 B_PIO23 See B_PIO0
52 A_PIO23 See A_PIO0
53 B_PIO24 See B_PIO0
54 A_PIO24 See A_PIO0
55 B_PIO25 See B_PIO0
56 A_PIO25 See A_PIO0
59 B_PIO26 See B_PIO0
60 A_PIO26 See A_PIO0
61 B_PIO27 See B_PIO0
62 A_PIO27 See A_PIO0
63 B_PIO28 See B_PIO0
64 A_PIO28 See A_PIO0
65 B_PIO29 See B_PIO0
66 A_PIO29 See A_PIO0
67 B_PIO30 See B_PIO0
68 A_PIO30 See A_PIO0
69 B_PIO31 See B_PIO0
70 A_PIO31 See A_PIO0
71 B_PIO0 See B_PIO0
72 A_PIO0 See A_PIO0
85 /EXTBUS disconnect external resources from processor bus
86 STANDBY switch EVB into Stanby mode
95, 96,
97, 98, UB2 alternative power supply path
99, 100
15, 16,
27, 28,
39, 40,
57, 58,
75, 76, GND Ground
83, 89,
90, 91,
92, 93,
94

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-37
A.2 Assignment of Logic Analyzer Interface

A.2.1 %WWMKRQIRXSJ'3GSRRIGXSV
Pin no. LA channel Label Sgnal name MPC pin MPC signal name
6 Clk STAT CLKOUT V18 CLKOUT
8 D15 ADDR A[16] W4 Addr_SGP16
10 D14 ADDR A[17] Y4 Addr_SGP17
12 D13 ADDR A[18] W5 Addr_SGP18
14 D12 ADDR A[19] Y5 Addr_SGP19
16 D11 ADDR A[20] W6 Addr_SGP20
18 D10 ADDR A[21] Y6 Addr_SGP21
20 D9 ADDR A[22] V7 Addr_SGP22
22 D8 ADDR A[23] W7 Addr_SGP23
24 D7 ADDR A[24] Y7 Addr_SGP24
26 D6 ADDR A[25] Y8 Addr_SGP25
28 D5 ADDR A[26] W8 Addr_SGP26
30 D4 ADDR A[27] V8 Addr_SGP27
32 D3 ADDR A[28] U8 Addr_SGP28
34 D2 ADDR A[29] U9 Addr_SGP29
36 D1 ADDR A[30] U7 Addr_SGP30
38 D0 ADDR A[31] U6 Addr_SGP31

5 Clk STAT /TS U3 /TSB


7 D15 /PORESET V19 /PORESETB
Not to MPC555,
9 D14 KAPWR
direct to VSTBY3_3
11 D13 EXTCLK U18 EXTCLK
13 D12 Test point 500
15 D11 ADDR /CS[0] P4 /CS0B
17 D10 ADDR /CS[1] R4 /CS1B
19 D9 ADDR /CS[2] R3 /CS2B
21 D8 ADDR /CS[3] R2 /CS3B
23 D7 ADDR A[8] V6 Addr_SGP8
25 D6 ADDR A[9] V5 Addr_SGP9
27 D5 ADDR A[10] V4 Addr_SGP10
29 D4 ADDR A[11] V3 Addr_SGP11
31 D3 ADDR A[12] W1 Addr_SGP12
33 D2 ADDR A[13] Y2 Addr_SGP13
35 D1 ADDR A[14] W3 Addr_SGP14
37 D0 ADDR A[15] Y3 Addr_SGP15

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-38 Quick Reference
A.2.2 Assignment of CO501 connector
Pin no. LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
6 Clk STAT /TA U2 /TAB
8 D15 DATA D[16] Y17 Data_SGP16
10 D14 DATA D[17] W17 Data_SGP17
12 D13 DATA D[18] V17 Data_SGP18
14 D12 DATA D[19] V16 Data_SGP19
16 D11 DATA D[20] U16 Data_SGP20
18 D10 DATA D[21] V15 Data_SGP21
20 D9 DATA D[22] V14 Data_SGP22
22 D8 DATA D[23] U14 Data_SGP23
24 D7 DATA D[24] V13 Data_SGP24
26 D6 DATA D[25] U13 Data_SGP25
28 D5 DATA D[26] V12 Data_SGP26
30 D4 DATA D[27] U12 Data_SGP27
32 D3 DATA D[28] V11 Data_SGP28
34 D2 DATA D[29] U11 Data_SGP29
36 D1 DATA D[30] V10 Data_SGP30
38 D0 DATA D[31] V9 Data_SGP31

5 Clk STAT /STS V2 /BIB_/STSB


7 D15 DATA D[0] Y9 Data_SGP0
9 D14 DATA D[1] W9 Data_SGP1
11 D13 DATA D[2] Y10 Data_SGP2
13 D12 DATA D[3] W10 Data_SGP3
15 D11 DATA D[4] Y11 Data_SGP4
17 D10 DATA D[5] W11 Data_SGP5
19 D9 DATA D[6] Y12 Data_SGP6
21 D8 DATA D[7] W12 Data_SGP7
23 D7 DATA D[8] Y13 Data_SGP8
25 D6 DATA D[9] W13 Data_SGP9
27 D5 DATA D[10] Y14 Data_SGP10
29 D4 DATA D[11] W14 Data_SGP11
31 D3 DATA D[12] Y15 Data_SGP12
33 D2 DATA D[13] W15 Data_SGP13
35 D1 DATA D[14] Y16 Data_SGP14
37 D0 DATA D[15] W16 Data_SGP15

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-39
A.2.3 Assignment of CO502 connector
Pin no. LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
6 Clk STAT /TEA T2 /TEAB
8 D15 STAT /BURST V1 /BURSTB
10 D14 STAT /BDIP U4 /BDIPB
12 D13 STAT /OE T1 /OEB
14 D12 STAT /WE[0] N1 /WEB_AT[0]
16 D11 STAT /WE[1] P1 /WEB_AT[1]
18 D10 STAT /WE[2] P2 /WEB_AT[2]
20 D9 STAT /WE[3] P3 /WEB_AT[3]
22 D8 STAT AT[2] L4 /IRQ4B_SGP
24 D7 STAT TSIZ[0] U1 TSIZ0
26 D6 STAT TSIZ[1] T3 TSIZ1
28 D5 STAT VFLS[0] J18 VFLS0_MPIO3
30 D4 STAT VFLS[1] K18 VFLS1_MPIO4
32 D3 STAT FRZ_/PTR K3 FRZ_/PTR
34 D2 STAT /RETRY L3 /IRQ3B_SGP
36 D1 STAT /SRESET V20 /SRESETB
38 D0 STAT /HRESET W20 /HRESETB

5 Clk STAT RD_/WR R1 RD_/WRB


7 D15 /CR M3 /IRQ2B_SGP
9 D14 KR M2 /IRQ1B_SGP
11 D13 /RSTCONF U17 /RSTCONF_TEXP
13 D12 IWP[0] L2 IWP0_VFLS
15 D11 IWP[1] L1 IWP1_VFLS
17 D10 IWP[2] N2 /BRB_IWP2
19 D9 IWP[3] N4 /BBB_IWP3
21 D8 LWP[0] M4 SGP_/IRQOUTB
23 D7 LWP[1] N3 /BGB_LWP1
25 D6 STAT DSCK J1 TCK_DSCK
27 D5 STAT DSDO J2 TDO_DSDO
29 D4 STAT DSDI K2 TDI_DSDI
31 D3 STAT Compression pin 1)
33 D2 STAT VF[0] J19 VF0_MPIO0
35 D1 STAT VF[1] J20 VF1_MPIO1
36 D0 STAT VF[2] J17 VF2_MPIO2
1) designated to be used in future by HP

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-40 Quick Reference
A.2.4 Assignment of CO503 connector
Pin no. LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
6 Clk SCK_QGPIO[6] M20 SCK_QGP6
8 D15 PCS[0]_/SS_QGPIO[0] L18 PCS0_QGP
10 D14 PCS[1]_QGPIO[1] L17 PCS1_QGP
12 D13 PCS[2]_QGPIO[2] M18 PCS2_QGP
14 D12 PCS[3]_QGPIO[3] M17 PCS3_QGP
16 D11 MISO_QGPIO[4] L19 MISO_QGP4
18 D10 MOSI_QGPIO[5] L20 MOSI_QGP5
20 D9 TXD[1]_QGPO[1] N18 TXD1_QGPO
22 D8 TXD[2 ]_QGPO[2] N20 TXD2_QGPO
24 D7 RXD[1]_QGPI[1] N17 RXD1_QGPI
26 D6 RXD[2]_QGPI[2] N19 RXD2_QGPI
28 D5 MDA[4] (DA0) A17 MDA11
30 D4 MDA[5] (DA1) A18 MDA12
32 D3 MDA[6] (DA2) A19 MDA13
34 D2 MDA[7] (DA3) B17 MDA14
36 D1 MDA[8] (DA4) B18 MDA15
38 D0 n.c.

5 Clk ECK ECK


7 D15 MDA[9] (DA5) C17 MDA27
9 D14 MDA[10] (DA6) B20 MDA28
11 D13 MDA[11] (DA7) C18 MDA29
13 D12 MDA[12] (DA8) C19 MDA30
15 D11 MDA[13] (DA9) C20 MDA31
17 D10 MPWM[14] (PWM0) E17 MPWM0
19 D9 MPWM[15] (PWM1) D18 MPWM1
21 D8 MPWM[16] (PWM2) D19 MPWM2
23 D7 MPWM[17] (PWM3) D20 MPWM3
25 D6 MPWM[18] (PWM4) F17 MPWM16
27 D5 MPWM[19] (PWM5) E18 MPWM17
29 D4 MPWM[20] (PWM6) F18 MPWM18
31 D3 MPWM[21] (PWM7) E19 MPWM19
33 D2 Test point 501
35 D1 Test point 502
37 D0 Test point 503

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-41
A.2.5 Assignment of CO504 connector
Pin no. LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
6 Clk ENGCLK_BUCLK U19 ENGCLK_BUCLK
8 D15 MGPIO[0] J19 VF0_MPIO0
10 D14 MGPIO[1] J20 VF1_MPIO1
12 D13 MGPIO[2] J17 VF2_MPIO2
14 D12 MGPIO[3] J18 VFLS0_MPIO3
16 D11 MGPIO[4] K18 VFLS1_MPIO4
18 D10 MGPIO[5] G17 MPIO5
20 D9 MGPIO[6] E20 MPIO6
22 D8 MGPIO[7] F19 MPIO7
24 D7 MGPIO[8] G18 MPIO8
26 D6 MGPIO[9] F20 MPIO9
28 D5 MGPIO[10] H17 MPIO10
30 D4 MGPIO[11] G19 MPIO11
32 D3 MGPIO[12] G20 MPIO12
34 D2 MGPIO[13] H20 MPIO13
36 D1 MGPIO[14] H19 MPIO14
38 D0 MGPIO[15] H18 MPIO15

5 Clk T2CLK TPU_A C2 A_T2CLK


7 D15 TPUCH[0] TPU_A D3 A_TPUCH0
9 D14 TPUCH[1] TPU_A A2 A_TPUCH1
11 D13 TPUCH[2] TPU_A D4 A_TPUCH2
13 D12 TPUCH[3] TPU_A C3 A_TPUCH3
15 D11 TPUCH[4] TPU_A A3 A_TPUCH4
17 D10 TPUCH[5] TPU_A D5 A_TPUCH5
19 D9 TPUCH[6] TPU_A B3 A_TPUCH6
21 D8 TPUCH[7] TPU_A C4 A_TPUCH7
23 D7 TPUCH[8] TPU_A A4 A_TPUCH8
25 D6 TPUCH[9] TPU_A C5 A_TPUCH9
27 D5 TPUCH[10] TPU_A B4 A_TPUCH10
29 D4 TPUCH[11] TPU_A B5 A_TPUCH11
31 D3 TPUCH[12] TPU_A A5 A_TPUCH12
33 D2 TPUCH[13] TPU_A C6 A_TPUCH13
35 D1 TPUCH[14] TPU_A B6 A_TPUCH14
37 D0 TPUCH[15] TPU_A A6 A_TPUCH15

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-42 Quick Reference
A.2.6 Assignment of CO505 connector
Pin no. LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
6 Clk T2CLK TPU_B B1 B_T2CLK
8 D15 TPUCH[0] TPU_B H2 B_TPUCH0
10 D14 TPUCH[1] TPU_B H1 B_TPUCH1
12 D13 TPUCH[2] TPU_B G1 B_TPUCH2
14 D12 TPUCH[3] TPU_B G2 B_TPUCH3
16 D11 TPUCH[4] TPU_B G3 B_TPUCH4
18 D10 TPUCH[5] TPU_B F1 B_TPUCH5
20 D9 TPUCH[6] TPU_B F2 B_TPUCH6
22 D8 TPUCH[7] TPU_B E1 B_TPUCH7
24 D7 TPUCH[8] TPU_B F3 B_TPUCH8
26 D6 TPUCH[9] TPU_B G4 B_TPUCH9
28 D5 TPUCH[10] TPU_B E2 B_TPUCH10
30 D4 TPUCH[11] TPU_B D1 B_TPUCH11
32 D3 TPUCH[12] TPU_B F4 B_TPUCH12
34 D2 TPUCH[13] TPU_B D2 B_TPUCH13
36 D1 TPUCH[14] TPU_B E3 B_TPUCH14
38 D0 TPUCH[15] TPU_B C1 B_TPUCH15

5 Clk n.c.
7 D15 CNTX0_A K19 A_CNTX0
9 D14 CNRX0_A K20 A_CNRX0
11 D13 CNTX0_B H4 B_CNTX0
13 D12 CNRX0_B H3 B_CNRX0
15 D11 EPEE P18 EPEE
17 D10 /IRQ[0]_SGPIOC[0] M1 /IRQ0B_SGP
/IRQ[5]_SGPIOC[5]_
19 D9 W18 /IRQ5B_SGP
MODCK[1]
21 D8 /IRQ[6]_MODCK[2] Y18 /IRQ6B_mck2
23 D7 /IRQ[7]_MODCK[3] Y19 /IRQ7B_mck3
25 D6 TMS K1 TMS
27 D5 /TRST J3 /TRSTB
29 D4 n.c.
31 D3 n.c.
33 D2 n.c.
35 D1 n.c.
37 D0 n.c.

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-43
A.2.7 Assignment of CO506 connector
Pin LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
3 Clk ETRIG[1] C16 ETRIG1
AN[0]_ANW_PQB[0]
4 D15 A8 AAN0_PQB0
QADC_A
AN[1]_ANX_PQB[1]
5 D14 D8 AAN1_PQB1
QADC_A
AN[2]_ANY_PQB[2]
6 D13 C8 AAN2_PQB2
QADC_A
AN[3]_ANZ_PQB[3]
7 D12 B8 AAN3_PQB3
QADC_A
AN[48]_PQB[4]
8 D11 A9 AAN48_PQB4
QADC_A
AN[49]_PQB[5]
9 D10 B9 AAN49_PQB5
QADC_A
AN[50]_PQB[6]
10 D9 D9 AAN50_PQB6
QADC_A
AN[51]_PQB[7]
11 D8 C9 AAN51_PQB7
QADC_A
AN[52]_MA[0]_PQA[0]
12 D7 A10 AAN52_PQA0
QADC_A
AN[53]_MA[1]_PQA[1]
13 D6 B10 AAN53_PQA1
QADC_A
AN[54]_MA[2]_PQA[2]
14 D5 A11 AAN54_PQA2
QADC_A
AN[55]_PQA[3]
15 D4 D10 AAN55_PQA3
QADC_A
AN[56]_PQA[4]
16 D3 C10 AAN56_PQA4
QADC_A
AN[57]_PQA[5]
17 D2 B11 AAN57_PQA5
QADC_A
AN[58]_PQA[6]
18 D1 D11 AAN58_PQA6
QADC_A
AN[59]_PQA[7]
19 D0 C11 AAN59_PQA7
QADC_A

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-44 Quick Reference
A.2.8 Assignment of CO507 connector
Pin no. LA channel Label Signal name MPC pin MPC signal name
3 Clk ETRIG[2] B16 ETRIG2
AN[0]_ANW_PQB[0]
4 D15 A12 BAN0_PQB0
QADC_B
AN[1]_ANX_PQB[1]
5 D14 B12 BAN1_PQB1
QADC_B
AN[2]_ANY_PQB[2]
6 D13 A13 BAN2_PQB2
QADC_B
AN[3]_ANZ_PQB[3]
7 D12 A14 BAN3_PQB3
QADC_B
AN[48]_PQB[4]
8 D11 B13 BAN48_PQB4
QADC_B
AN[49]_PQB[5]
9 D10 C12 BAN49_PQB5
QADC_B
AN[50]_PQB[6]
10 D9 D12 BAN50_PQB6
QADC_B
AN[51]_PQB[7]
11 D8 A15 BAN51_PQB7
QADC_B
AN[52]_MA[0]_PQA[0]
12 D7 B14 BAN52_PQA0
QADC_B
AN[53]_MA[1]_PQA[1]
13 D6 C13 BAN53_PQA1
QADC_B
AN[54]_MA[2]_PQA[2]
14 D5 B15 BAN54_PQA2
QADC_B
AN[55]_PQA[3]
15 D4 D13 BAN55_PQA3
QADC_B
AN[56]_PQA[4]
16 D3 C14 BAN56_PQA4
QADC_B
AN[57]_PQA[5]
17 D2 C15 BAN57_PQA5
QADC_B
AN[58]_PQA[6]
18 D1 D14 BAN58_PQA6
QADC_B
AN[59]_PQA[7]
19 D0 D15 BAN59_PQA7
QADC_B

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-45
A.3 Assignment of ETK Connectors
Pin ETK signal name EVB signal name Signal description
1 UBATT UBATT Supply power
2 UBATT UBATT Supply power
3 UBATT UBATT Supply power
4 UBATT UBATT Supply power
5 GND GND Ground
6 GND GND Ground
7 GND GND Ground
8 USG3 VCC3 3.3V supply
9 RESERVED n.c.
SDATE0 - SDATA[31]:
10 SGD0 SDATA[31]
external data bus of MPC555
11 USG5 VCC5 5V supply
12 GND GND Ground
13 SGD1 SDATA[30] See SDATA[31]
14 SGD2 SDATA[29] See SDATA[31]
15 SGD3 SDATA[28] See SDATA[31]
16 SGD4 SDATA[27] See SDATA[31]
17 SGD5 SDATA[26] See SDATA[31]
18 GND GND Ground
19 SGD6 SDATA[25] See SDATA[31]
20 SGD7 SDATA[24] See SDATA[31]
21 SGD8 SDATA[23] See SDATA[31]
22 SGD9 SDATA[22] See SDATA[31]
23 SGD10 SDATA[21] See SDATA[31]
24 SGD11 SDATA[20] See SDATA[31]
25 SGD12 SDATA[19] See SDATA[31]
26 SGD13 SDATA[18] See SDATA[31]
27 GND GND Ground
28 SGD14 SDATA[17] See SDATA[31]
29 SGD15 SDATA[16] See SDATA[31]
30 GND GND Ground
31 SGD16 SDATA[15] See SDATA[31]
32 SGD17 SDATA[14] See SDATA[31]
33 SGD18 SDATA[13] See SDATA[31]
34 SGD19 SDATA[12] See SDATA[31]
35 SGD20 SDATA[11] See SDATA[31]
36 SGD21 SDATA[10] See SDATA[31]
37 SGD22 SDATA[9] See SDATA[31]
38 SGD23 SDATA[8] See SDATA[31]
39 GND GND Ground
40 SGD24 SDATA[7] See SDATA[31]
41 SGD25 SDATA[6] See SDATA[31]
42 SGD26 SDATA[5] See SDATA[31]
43 SGD27 SDATA[4] See SDATA[31]
44 SGD28 SDATA[3] See SDATA[31]
45 SGD29 SDATA[2] See SDATA[31]
46 GND GND Ground
47 SGD30 SDATA[1] See SDATA[31]
48 SGD31 SDATA[0] See SDATA[31]
SADDR7 - SADDR3:
49 SGA0 SADDR[31]
external address bus of MPC555
50 SGA1 SADDR[30] See SADDR[31]
51 GND GND Ground

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-46 Quick Reference
Pin ETK signal name EVB signal name Signal description
52 SGA2 SADDR[29] See SADDR[31]
53 SGA3 SADDR[28] See SADDR[31]
54 SGA4 SADDR[27] See SADDR[31]
55 SGA5 SADDR[26] See SADDR[31]
56 SGA6 SADDR[25] See SADDR[31]
57 SGA7 SADDR[24] See SADDR[31]
58 GND GND Ground
59 SGA8 SADDR[23] See SADDR[31]
60 SGA9 SADDR[22] See SADDR[31]
61 SGA10 SADDR[21] See SADDR[31]
62 SGA11 SADDR[20] See SADDR[31]
63 SGA12 SADDR[19] See SADDR[31]
64 SGA13 SADDR[18] See SADDR[31]
65 SGA14 SADDR[17] See SADDR[31]
66 SGA15 SADDR[16] See SADDR[31]
67 GND GND Ground
68 SGA16 SADDR[15] See SADDR[31]
69 SGA17 SADDR[14] See SADDR[31]
70 SGA18 SADDR[13] See SADDR[31]
71 SGA19 SADDR[12] See SADDR[31]
72 SGA20 SADDR[11] See SADDR[31]
73 SGA21 SADDR[10] See SADDR[31]
74 GND GND Ground
75 SGA22 SADDR[9] See SADDR[31]
76 SGA23 SADDR[8] See SADDR[31]
77 /SGCSF /CS[0] Chip select flash
78 /SGCSM /CS[3] Chip select dual mapping
79 GND GND Ground
80 /SGRW RD_/WR Read/write : ”1” → read, ”0” → write
81 GND GND Ground
82 /SGRW /OE Output enable
83 /SGWCS /SGWCS Chip select SRAM
Write enable: /WE3 is asserted if the data lane
84 /SGBE0 /WE_AT[3]
DATA[24:31] contains valid data.
85 /SGOEF /SGOEF To gate /OE of flash (flash emulation)
86 GND GND Ground
87 GND GND Ground
Write enable: /WE2 is asserted if the data lane
88 /SGBE1 /WE_AT[2]
DATA[16:23] contains valid data.
Transfer size: indicates the size of
89 SGSIZ0 TSIZ[1]
the requested data transfer.
90 SGSIZ1 TSIZ[0] See TSIZ[0]
Write enable: /WE1 is asserted if the data lane
91 /SGBE2 /WE_AT[1]
DATA[8:15] contains valid data.
Write enable: /WE0 is asserted if the data lane
92 /SGBE3 /WE_AT[0]
DATA[0:7] contains valid data.
93 GND GND Ground
address type 2:
94 /SGINST /IRQ4_AT2
differentiate code or data access
95 GND GND Ground
96 /SGTS /TS Transfer start: start of a bus cycle that transfers data
97 /SGCSR /SGCSR Chip select for piggy-back on ETK
98 GND GND Ground
99 /SGTA /TA Transfer acknowledge: transfer accepted/valid
100 GND GND Ground

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-47
Pin ETK signal name EVB signal name Signal description
Burst data in progress: indicates that
101 /SGBDIP /BDIP
a data beat follows the current one.
Burst inhibit: ”0” → slave device is
not able to support burst transfers.
102 /SGBI /BI_/STS
Special transfer start: beginning of
an internal transaction in showcycle mode.
103 /SGAACK (TP505) Test point 505
104 /SGBURST /BURST Burst indicator: ”0” → burst transaction
105 GND GND Ground
Reset configuration: MPC555 will sample the hard reset
106 /SGRESCFG /RSTCONF
configuration word from the external data bus.
107 GND GND Ground
108 RESERVED (TP506) Test point 506
109 /SGRES /PORESET Power on reset: activated as a result of a voltage failure.
110 GND GND Ground
111 RESERVED (TP507) Test point 507
112 GND GND Ground
113 /SGRESIN0 /HRESET detect or force hard reset of MPC555
114 /SGRESIN1 /SRESET detect or force soft reset of MPC555
115 GND GND Ground
116 SGCLK CLKOUT clock for peripheral device
117 GND GND Ground
118 RESERVED (TP508) Test point 508
119 GND GND Ground
120 RESERVED (TP509) Test point 509
121 RESERVED (TP510) Test point 510
122 GND GND Ground
123 SGIWP0 IWP0_VFLS0 Instruction watchpoint of MPC555
124 SGIWP1 IWP1_VFLS1 See IWP0_VFLS0
Test clock, development serial clock:
125 SGTCK TCK_DSCK
clock for the debug interface.
126 SGTMS TMS Test mode select
Bus request: the data bus has been requested
for external cycle.
127 SGIWP2 /BR_VF1_IWP2
Visible instruction queue flush status
Load/store watchpoint 2
Bus busy: master is using the bus
128 SGIWP3 /BB_VF2_IWP3 Visible instruction queue flush status
Load/store watchpoint 3
Test data in, development serial data input.
129 SGTDI TDI_DSDI
The data-in line for the debug port interface.
Test data out, development serial data output.
130 SGTDO TDO_DSDO
The data-out line of the debug port interface.
131 GND GND Ground
interrupt out: an interrupt has been requested to all
132 SGLWP0 /IRQOUT_LWPO
external devices. Load/store watchpoint 3
133 /SGTRST /TRST Test reset: asynchronous reset to the test logic.
134 GND GND Ground
Bus grant: indicates external data bus status. Visible
135 SGLWP1 /BG_VF0_LWP1
instruction queue flush status. Load/store watchpoint
Visible history buffer flush status: to allow
136 SGVFLS0 VFLS0_MPIO3
program instruction flow tracking.
MPC input: will control the Flash-EEPROM
137 SGEPEE SGEPEE
program or erase operations.
VF[0:2] visible instruction queue flush status: output by
138 SGVF0 VF0_MPIO0
chip when program instruction flow tracking is required.

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-48 Quick Reference
Pin ETK signal name EVB signal name Signal description
139 SGVFLS1 VFLS1_MPIO4 See VFLS0_MPIO3
SGPIO freeze: RCPU is in debug mode
140 SGFRZ FRZ_/PTR
program trace (/PTR): an instruction fetch is performed.
141 SGVF1 VF1_MPIO1 See VF0_MPIO0
142 SGVF2 VF2_MPIO2 See VF0_MPIO0
143 GND GND Ground
144 RESERVED (TP511) Test point 511
145 /SGPOE (TP512) Test point 512
146 GND GND Ground
147 RESERVED (TP513) Test point 513
148 RESERVED (TP514) Test point 514
149 SGPDIR0 (TP515) Test point 515
150 SGPDIR1 (TP516) Test point 516
151 RESERVED (TP517) Test point 517
152 RESERVED (TP518) Test point 518
153 SGPDIR2 (TP519) Test point 519
154 SGPDIR3 (TP520) Test point 520
155 GND GND Ground
156 SGCLKO EXTCLK External frequency source for the chip.
157 /SGPWE (TP521) Test point 521
158 GND GND Ground
159 GND GND Ground
160 RESERVED 1) /SGF_SEL
1) Resistor (0R0) to GND on the adapter (ETAP3)

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-49
A.4 Connectors and their Counterparts

A.4.1 CO 100—Background Debug Mode Interface (BDM)


CO 100 EVB555 Counterpart
.100” x .100” Shrunk shrouds header,
Description .100” x .100” Polarized socket, 10 pins
10 pins
Manufacturer 3M 3M
8510-4500 JL (boardmount)
Order No. 925320-01-10-10
CHG-2010-J01010-KCP (wiremount)

A.4.2 CO 101—RS232 Serial Interface


CO 101 EVB555 Counterpart
Description SUBD9 SUBD 9 plug connector, 9 pins
Manufacturer CONEC CONEC
161A 10019X or
Order No. 164C 12969X
161A 11069X, etc.

A.4.3 CO 103—JTAG/Service
CO 103 EVB555 Counterpart
Description Micro Strips FTS series, 2 rows, 20 pins Micro Strips, 2 rows
Manufacturer Samtec Samtec
Order No. FTS-110-01-F-DV-P FLE-110-01-G-DV-P
Comment JTAG

A.4.4 CO 104/105—Customized Communication Expansion (CAN)


CO 104/105 EVB555 Counterpart
Description Micro Strips, 2 rows, 20 pins Micro Strips, 2 rows
Manufacturer Samtec Samtec
Order No. TFM 110-12-S-D-P SFM 110-02-S-D-P
Comment Piggyback

A.4.5 CO 106/107—Host Communication Expansion


CO 106/107 EVB555 Counterpart
Description Micro Strips, 2 rows, 60 pins Micro Strips, 2 rows
Manufacturer Samtec Samtec
Order No. TFM-130-12-S-D-P SFM-130-02-S-D-P
Comment Piggyback

A.4.6 CO 500-505—Logic Analyzer Ports: Digital Signals


CO 500-505 EVB555 Counterpart
MICTOR-Connector, receptacle type,
Description MICTOR-Connector, plug type
38 positions
Manufacturer AMP AMP
Reference part no. 767 004 Reference part no. 767 004
Order No.
Product code 2429 (38 positions) Product code 2429 (38 positions)
Fitting with:
HP E5346A high density termination
Comment
adapter or
HP E5351A high density adapter

MOTOROLA EVB555
A-50 Quick Reference
A.4.7 CO 506/507—Logic Analyzer Ports: Analog Signals
CO 506/507 EVB555 Counterpart
.100” x .100” Shrunk shrouds header,
Description .100” x .100” Polarized socket, 20 pins
20 pins
Manufacturer 3M 3M
8520-4500 JL (boardmount)
Order No. 925320-01-20-10
CHG-2020-J01010-KCP (wiremount)

A.4.8 CO 508—ETK Connector


CO 508 EVB555 Counterpart
Description Micro Strips, 4 rows, 160 pins
Please be sure to contact the manufacturer
Manufacturer Samtec
of your emulator probe for further informa-
Order No. MOLC-140-02-S-Q-TR
tion before connecting it to the EVB555.
Comment

A.4.9 CO 509—Lauterbach Connector


CO 509 EVB555 Counterpart
Description Micro Strips, 2 rows, 64 pins Micro Strips, 2 rows, 64 pins
Manufacturer Samtec Samtec
Order No. FTE-132-02-G-DV-P CLE-132-01-G-DV-P

A.4.10 CO 600-603—MAPI Interface


CO 600-603 EVB555 Counterpart
Description P50L-SMT series, socket type, 100 contacts P50L-SMT series, plug type, 100 contacts
Manufacturer Robinson Nugent Robinson Nugent
Order No. P50L-100 S-BS-TGF P50L-100 P-AS-TGF

A.4.11 CO 604—PRU Extension


CO 604 EVB555 Counterpart
Description P50L-SMT series, socket type, 100 contacts P50L-SMT series, plug type, 100 contacts
Manufacturer Robinson Nugent Robinson Nugent
Order No. P50L-100 S-BS-TGF P50L-100 P-AS-TGF

EVB555 MOTOROLA
Quick Reference A-51